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Sol Worth Papers

UPT 50 W933

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center
Creator:
Worth, Sol.
Title:
Sol Worth Papers
Date [inclusive]:
1926-1977
Call Number:
UPT 50 W933
Extent:
42 Cubic feet
Language:
English
ABSTRACT:
Sol Worth was a noted film maker, and professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School of Communications. The Sol Worth Papers document his activities while at the Annenberg School for Communications, relating to his professional and scholarly pursuits.
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Biography/History

Sol Worth was born Sol Wishnepolsky on September 19, 1922 in New York City. The son of a dressmaker by the name of Jack Wishnepolsky, very little is know of his life before he began formal education.

He attended the High School of Music and Art in New York City from 1936 until 1940. Upon graduation from high school with a major concentration in art, he went to the University of Iowa. At Iowa, he majored in painting and sculpture and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1943.

After leaving the University of Iowa, he served in the United States Navy from 1943 until 1945. While in the Navy, he was assigned to Military Intelligence at the Joint Intelligence Center in the Pacific Ocean area aboard the U.S.S. Missouri.

In 1945, he married the former Tobia Lessler and together they had a daughter who is now known as Debora Worth Hymes. He returned to New York and began work for the Goold Studios in still photography and motion pictures. Working in the same firm for over seventeen years, he eventually became Vice-president and Creative Director of the studios. While at Goold, he entered the New School for Social Research where he took various courses in film production, film animation and film editing from 1948 until 1950.

His scholarly abilities were well recognized during this period as he was granted a Fullbright Lectureship as a Visiting Professor of Documentary Film and Photography during the 1956-1957 year at the University of Helsinki in Helsinki, Finland. Here he produced a documentary film entitled "Teatteri," which was chosen for the permanent collection of Documentary Film at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

This film prompted Gilbert Seldes, the founder of the Annenberg School of Communications, to invite Worth to become a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School. After serving as a consultant for several years while working at Goold, Worth decided to accept a part-time position in 1960. While working at both Penn and Goold for these first few years, Worth was named the Director of the Documentary Film Laboratory and supervisor of Media Laboratories at Annenberg.

In 1964, Worth decided to devote himself full-time to his teaching and research in visual communication and moved to Philadelphia to take a position as Assistant Professor of Communications. For Worth, this began a rapid ascent through the Annenberg School. In 1966, he was promoted to Associate Professor and Director of the Media Laboratories and in 1973, he was named a full Professor of Communication. During this period, he was awarded an M.A. Honoris Causa from the University in 1971, to go along with his Fine Arts degree that he had received from the University of Iowa. He was also a Visiting Research Professor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, City University of New York from 1968 until 1972.

In 1976, after having been promoted to a full Professorship in Communications only three years earlier, Worth began a new project in his scholarly career as he was appointed the first Chair of the newly begun Undergraduate major in Communications. To a large degree, this major was created because of Worth's perseverance and interest in the project.

Worth's promotions were, in part, a recognition of some of the outstanding research and scholarly studies that he had undertaken while at Penn. In 1966 he received a National Science Foundation grant that enabled him to instruct the Navajo Indians in the art of filmmaking as part of a study of cross-cultural communication. This research, which was probably his most famous, eventually led to the publication of a book in 1972, which was co-authored with anthropologist John Adair, entitled, Through Navajo Eyes: An Exploration in Film Communication and Anthropology. Additionally, in 1967, Worth received the Wenner-Gren Foundation award for outstanding research in communication and anthropology. As the author of over two dozen scholarly papers, he was well recognized in the fields of anthropology and communications, as well in the field of visual communication.

His participation and leadership in a variety of scholarly organizations and publications was a mark of this respect. In 1970, he founded, along with the anthropologist Margaret Mead and others, the Anthropological Film Research Institute, and from 1972 through 1974, he served as founding President of the Society for the Anthropology of Visual Communication. He was also Chair of the Research Division of the University Film Association and served as the Senior Member of the Board of Directors for the Society for Cinematologists from 1967 through 1970. Finally, he served as editor of the journal, Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication from its inception in 1973 until his death.

Sol Worth was also involved with a wide range of more broadly based organizations throughout his career, such as: the American Anthropological Association, the American Film Institute, and the International Film Seminars, as well as the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Science Foundation, and the Smithsonian Institute. These positions were all in addition to the many committees and posts, including sitting on the University Council, which he served on within the University of Pennsylvania system.

Worth was in the midst of submitting a proposal to the Guggenheim Foundation for a large-scale research project in visual communications, when he died on August 29, 1977, of a heart attack at the age of fifty-five. He had been attending a professional conference in Boston when he was stricken.

Scope and Contents

The Sol Worth Papers, 1926-1977, n.d. consisting mostly of the contents of his Annenberg office at the time of his death, almost exclusively relate to his professional and scholarly pursuits. With only a very few exceptions, the materials in the collection document his activities while at the Annenberg School for Communications at the University of Pennsylvania.

The Biographical Papers run from 1943 until 1977 and consist mainly of his vitaes and clippings surrounding his death as well as his college transcript from the University of Iowa. This series also contains a number of date books covering his time at Annenberg as a lecturer and professor.

The Correspondence files are composed of professional correspondence with students, faculty, and national organizations during Worth's tenure at Annenberg from 1960 until 1977. Correspondence relating to societies and professional organizations that is specifically connected with individuals is filed in this section alphabetically by name rather than in the Professional Activities series. Included in this series is correspondence with Margaret Mead and many other prominent scholars.

The Administrative Papers consist of correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, memoranda, and statistics regarding the administration of various Worth endeavors from 1963 until 1977. This series can be broken down into sections concerned with the Annenberg School for Communications, the University of Pennsylvania in general, and the Annenberg Center.

The Annenberg School for Communications papers within this series are concerned mainly with general requirements, the development of an undergraduate communications major, faculty tenure review and job inquiries and applications. Worth was actively involved in the Administration of the ASC; this series, therefore, provides a rich source of information on the development of this school almost from its inception. Included are Worth's involvement with faculty meetings from 1964 until 1977, the Committee on Instruction from 1966 until 1976, the Executive Committee of the ASC, as well as the school's Admissions Committee.

The papers within the Administrative series concerning the University as a whole cover a wide range of issues. In addition to his work with the Arts House living learning program, and the minutes from the College of Arts and Sciences Faculty from 1971 through 1974, he served on the University Senate from 1966 until 1972. This section on the Senate includes correspondence and memoranda regarding Worth's participation in a variety of Senate Advisory Committees as well his work on the Committee to replace the Vice-President for University Life during 1973 and 1974. A particularly interesting section is the reports and correspondence from the Committee on Open Expression and Demonstrations during 1967-1968, in which he helped in the formulation of guidelines for open expression.

The papers concerning the Annenberg Center run from 1965 until 1971. They deal with the building of the structure itself, as well as with the hiring and program development that occurred in the years before and after its opening.

The Professional Activities series includes correspondence, records and reports from a variety of the scholarly organizations of which Sol Worth was a member or officer. These include papers from the American Anthropological Association, the American Film Institute and the Society of Cinematologists from 1962 until 1976. Also retained are peer reviews and proposal reviews that Worth participated in for the National Endowment for the Humanities as well as for the National Science Foundation. In addition, there are included a variety of submissions Worth received from 1974 until 1977 for the journal he edited, Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication. Finally, there are a few files relating to specific events or programs, such as papers of the Summer Institute on Visual Communication from 1970 until 1972 and of the planning of the Flaherty Film Seminar from 1963 until 1976 under the auspices of the International Film Seminars organization.

The Teaching files are composed of syllabi, reading lists, copies of exams and occasionally, lecture notes from some of the courses, both undergraduate and graduate that Worth taught while at Annenberg from 1960 until 1977. These include files from the Documentary Film Workshop, Fundamentals of Visual Communication, Modes, Media and Codes, as well as the Senior Thesis, General Honors and Proseminar classes of various years. The student files primarily consist of copies of papers and exams that Worth retained for graduate students, as well as for those students he was advising on all levels.

The Research series contains administrative papers, proposals, correspondence, field notes and photographs as well as questionnaires and other research aids and reports regarding Worth's involvement with several projects from 1963 through 1970. The largest concentration of these files is, by far, centered around the Navajo Project that resulted in his major book with John Adair. As this was a collaborative project, there are many files from Adair as well as from graduate assistants from Annenberg and Penn who accompanied Worth on his trip. Several smaller research projects that are in the collection as well, include: the Teacher-Kid Study, the Triangle-Circle Experiment, the Big "M" and Big "T" Study, Experiment "K," as well as a few Bio-documentary projects that Worth and his students conducted.

The Writings file consists mainly of Worth's own works in their drafted as well as published form, from a variety of publication sources. Additionally, there is a section on his writings specifically on the subject of the Navajo Project. Also included in the Writings Series are a number of files containing drafts and final versions of a variety of talks and lectures that Worth conducted, with the date and place indicated where available.

The Reprints and Manuscripts series contains the published and unpublished works of a variety of people other than Worth himself. These cover a wide range of sources from 1956 until 1977. Also included are bibliographies and reference guides as well as film reviews of films and programs for film viewings and plays. Additionally, this series contains some miscellaneous materials such as codes for the film card files, and a clippings file that Worth maintained.

The photo series contains photographs, slides, and contact sheets from both personal and classroom photographs. Additionally, there are several oversized photos and posters that relate mostly to Worth's classroom and lab teaching at Annenberg.

The remainder of the collection is composed of a number of journals Worth collected, as early as 1926, as well as bibliographic card files and other card files that organize people, institutions and films into a quick reference system. The final series consists of legal-sized material of a miscellaneous nature that are stored in their own box for convenience purposes.

ARRANGEMENT

The papers of Sol Worth, Professor of Communications at the Annenberg School of Communications from 1960 to 1977, are arranged in twelve series. They include: Biographical papers, 1943-1977 (1 cubic ft.); Correspondence, 1960-1977 (2 cubic ft.); Administrative papers, 1960-1977 (2 cubic ft.); Professional activities, 1960-1977 (2 cubic ft.); Teaching, 1960-1977 (3 cubic ft.); Research, 1963-1970 (6 cubic ft.); Writings, 1963-1978 (2 cubic ft.); Reprints and Manuscripts, 1956-1977 (7 cubic ft.); Journals, 1926-1977 (9 cubic ft.); Bibliographic card files, n.d. (1 cubic ft.); Other card files, n.d. (1 cubic ft.); and Legal-sized materials, n.d. (1 cubic ft.).

The series are generally arranged either chronologically and/or alphabetically depending on the series or subseries. Please refer to the inventory for further clarification.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center,  March 1991

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Steven A. Banks, Thomas G. Potterfield under the direction of Theresa R. Snyder

Access Restrictions

Access to collections is granted in accordance with the Protocols for the University Archives and Records Centers. Portions of the collection may be closed.

PROVENANCE

These papers were donated to the Annenberg School for Communications by Mrs. Worth and transferred to the University of Pennsylvania Archives and Records Center in January of 1990.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Annenberg School of Communications (University of Pennsylvania).
  • Anthropological Film Research Institute.
  • Society for the Anthropology of Visual Communication.
Personal Name(s)
  • Adair, John.
  • Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978
  • Worth, Tobias L.
Subject(s)
  • Communication in Anthropology.
  • Motion pictures in ethnology.
  • Navajo art.

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Collection Inventory

BIOGRAPHICAL FILES.

Box Folder

Vita File, 1943-1972.

1 1

Vita File, 1973.

1 2

Notices and Articles about Sol Worth, 1965-1972.

1 3

Vita File and Obituaries, 1976-1977.

1 4
Appointment Books.
Box Folder

1966.

1 5

1967.

1 6

1968.

1 7

1969.

1 8

1970.

1 9

1971.

1 10

1972.

1 11

1974-1976.

1 12
Correspondence.
General Name Files.
Box Folder

A.

2 2

Ba-Be.

2 4

Bi-By.

2 5

C.

2 7

D.

2 8

Alice F. Emerson (Dean, University of Pennsylvania), 1969-1976.

2 9

E.

2 10

Arden A. Flint Jr. (NIMH), 1964-1966.

2 12

F.

2 13
George Gerber (Dean, Annenberg School).
Box Folder

1966-1967.

2 15

1968-1969.

2 16

1970-1971.

2 17

1972-1973.

2 18

1973-1974.

2 19

1974-1975.

2 20

1975-1976.

2 21

1976-1977.

2 22
Box Folder

1964-1965.

2 14

Wells Goodrich (NIMH), 1963-1973.

2 24

Ga-Go.

2 27

Go-Gu.

2 28

Ha-He.

2 31

Hi-Hu.

2 32

I-Kl.

2 34

Kl-Ky.

3 1

La-Le.

3 2

Li-Ly.

3 3

Mc-Ma.

3 4

Me-Mu.

3 5

N-O.

3 6

P.

3 7

R.

3 8

Sa-Se.

3 10

Se-So.

3 11

Sp-Sz.

3 12

T-U.

3 13

Amos Vogel (ASC), 1974-1976.

3 14

V.

3 15

Wa-Wi.

3 16

Wi-Z.

3 17

First Name Only.

3 18
Students.
Box Folder

1965-1971.

3 19

1972-1973.

3 20

1974-1975.

3 21

1976-1977.

3 22
Miscellaneous.
Box Folder

Film Distribution (Teatteri), 1960-1967.

3 23

Film Distribution (Navajo Project), 1968-1977.

3 24

Book Publication (Navajo Project), 1970-1972.

4 1

Book Publication (Navajo Project), 1972-1977.

4 2

A: Correspondence with Associated Press re "Frontiers of News" -Willard Van Dyke.

4 2

Mailing Lists and Contact Information, [1963], 1974, n.d.

4 3

Letters of Appointment, 1965-1977.

4 4

Invitations to Publish, 1968-1974.

4 5

Requests for Reprints, 1964-1975.

4 6

Book and Periodical Orders, 1964-1969.

4 7

ADMINISTRATIVE FILES.

Annenberg School.
Box Folder

Admissions Committee, 1965-1968.

4 8

Admissions and Financial Aid Committee, 1971-1976.

4 9

Bicentennial Convocation and Colloquium, 1976.

4 10

Bulletin, 1964-1965.

4 11

Center for Visual Communications, 1977 and n.d.

4 12

Colloquium, 1974.

4 13

Communications Newsletter, 1972-1977.

4 14
Curriculum Committee.
Box Folder

(Syllabi), 1964 and n.d.

4 15

1971-1974.

4 16

1975-1976.

4 17

1976-1977.

4 18

1977-1978.

4 19
Executive Committee.
Box Folder

1966-1967.

4 20

1967-1968.

4 21

1968-1969.

4 22

1969-1970.

4 23

1973-1974.

4 24

1974-1975.

4 25

1975.

4 26

1977.

4 27
Box Folder

Faculty Minutes and Memoranda, 1964-1970.

4 28

Faculty Minutes and Memoranda, 1971-1977.

4 29
Faculty Job Inquiries and Applications.
Box Folder

Financial Memoranda, 1976-1977.

4 39

Graduate Programs, 1965-1977.

4 40

Instruction Committee, 1966-1967.

4 41

Instruction Committee, 1967-1968.

4 42

Instruction Committee, 1968-1969.

4 43

Instruction Committee, 1969-1970, 1976.

5 1

Joint Programs, 1965, 1967, 1977.

5 2

Library, 1964-1965, 1969.

5 3

Media Workshops (General), 1964-1977.

5 4

Media Workshops (Graphics), 1965-1966.

5 5

Media Workshops (Television), 1967-1968.

5 6

Media Workshops (Ancillary Programs), 1963-1973.

5 7

Operating Committee, 1964.

5 8

Physical Plant and Security, 1974-1977.

5 9

Research Committee, 1964-1966.

5 10

Undergraduate Major, 1973-1977.

5 14

Miscellaneous, 1972-1976.

5 15
University.
Box Folder

AAUP, 1967.

5 16

Arts House, 1976.

5 17

Audio-Visual Center, n.d.

5 18

CGS Executive Committee, 1972-1973.

5 19

College Faculty Minutes, 1971-1974.

5 20

College for Women Matric-In, 1968.

5 21

Committee on Intellectual Lifestyle (Gelman Committee), 1971.

5 22

Committee on Open Expression, 1967.

5 23

Committee on Open Expression, 1968.

5 24

Committee on Open Expression, 1968.

5 25

Computing Center, 1964-1967.

5 26

Faculty of Arts and Sciences, 1973-1976.

5 27

Faculty Senate, 1972-1973, 1976-1977.

5 28

Free University, 1966.

5 29

Graduate School of Education (Visual Media Proposals), 1975-1977.

5 30

Human Resources Program (Project College-Bound), 1965.

5 31

Personnel Benefits Committee, 1971-1972.

5 32

President's Bicentennial Commission, 1972-1973.

5 33

Trustees' Committee on Administrative Structure, 1977.

5 34

Trustees' Panel on Community Service, 1969.

5 35

University Council, 1973-1974, 1977.

5 36

University Senate, 1966-1969.

5 37

University Senate, 1970-1972.

5 38

University Senate Advisory Committee, 1967-1968.

5 39

University Senate Advisory Committee, 1969.

5 40

University Senate Advisory Committee, 1969.

5 41

University Senate Advisory Committee, 1969.

5 42

University Senate Advisory Committee, 1970.

5 43

University Press Editorial Committee, 1977.

6 1

Vice Provost on University Life, 1973-1974.

6 2
Annenberg Center.
Box Folder

Program and Building Committee, 1965-1968.

6 3

Performing Arts Search Committee, 1968.

6 4

Artistic Director Search Committee, 1969.

6 5

Film Theater, 1969.

6 7

Directors' Group, 1971.

6 8

Cinematheque, 1971, 1974, 1976.

6 9

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES.

Box Folder

African Studies Association -- Research Film Committee, 1972.

6 10
American Anthropological Association.
Box Folder

Uses of Film in Teaching Anthropology (meeting), 1965.

6 11

Annual Meetings, 1967.

6 12

Annual Meetings, 1968.

6 13

Annual Meetings, 1970.

6 14

Visiting Lecturer, University of Bridgeport, 1971.

6 15

Annual Meetings, 1972.

6 16

Annual Meetings, 1973.

6 17

Annual Meetings, 1974.

6 18

Annual Meetings (travel), 1974.

6 19

Annual Meetings, 1975.

6 20

Annual Meetings, 1976.

6 21
Box Folder

American Association for the Advancement of Science -- Annual Meetings (panel honoring Margaret Mead), 1975.

6 22
American Council on Arts in Education.
Box Folder

Annual Meetings, 1973.

6 23

Conference on the Study of Motion Pictures, 1964.

6 24

Conference on Mass Media in a Liberal Education, 1965.

6 25

Student Film Screenings, 1965.

6 26
American Film Institute.
Box Folder

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1966-1976.

6 27

Congressional Hearings, 1974.

6 28

Sol Worth Congressional Testimony, 1977.

6 29

Sourcebooks for Congressional Testimony, 1977.

6 30

Background Material and Ms. Notes for Testimony, 1977.

6 31

George Stevens Congressional Testimony, 1977.

6 32

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1977.

6 33
Box Folder

Anthropological Film Research Institute -- Annual Meetings, 1974.

6 34

Bio-Documentary Film Series -- Proposal for CBS and WHYY TV, n.d.

6 35

Brown University -- Seminar on Communications, 1976.

6 36

Center for Research on Acts of Man -- Brochure, n.d.

6 37

Christian Faith in Higher Education Institute -- Meeting on Art in Higher Education, 1965.

6 38

Council on International Communications -- Correspondence and Memoranda, 1970, 1976.

6 39
Council on International Education Exchange.
Box Folder

Inter-University Center for Film Studies in Paris, 1976-1977.

6 40

Paris trip (notes, contacts, vitae), 1977.

6 41
Box Folder

Danforth Foundation -- Eastern Regional Conference, 1973.

6 42

Festival Dei Popoli, 1966-1967.

6 43

Fulbright Foundation -- United States Educational Foundation in Finland, 1963.

6 44

Harvard University Carpenter Center -- American Seminar in Film (on Makaveiev), 1975.

6 45

Howard University -- School of Communications (proposal), 1970.

6 46

International Association of Semiotic Studies -- First Congress, 1974.

6 47

International Communication Association -- Directory, 1975.

6 48
International Film Seminars.
Box Folder

Flaherty Film Seminar, 1963.

6 49

Flaherty Film Seminar, 1965.

6 50

Flaherty Film Seminar, 1966.

6 51

Flaherty Film Seminar and Board Business, 1967.

6 52

Flaherty Film Seminar, 1968.

7 1

Flaherty Film Seminar and Board Business, 1969.

7 2

Flaherty Film Seminar and Board Business, 1970.

7 3

Flaherty and Public TV Seminars and Board Business, 1971.

7 4

Flaherty Film Seminar and Board Business, 1972.

7 5

Flaherty and Public TV Seminars and Board Business, 1973.

7 6

Flaherty Film Seminar and Board Business, 1974.

7 7

Flaherty and Public TV Seminars and Board Business, 1975.

7 8

Flaherty and Public TV Seminars and Board Business, 1976.

7 9

Flaherty and Public TV Seminars and Board Business, 1977.

7 10
Box Folder

Margaret Mead Film Festival, 1977.

7 11

Michigan State Dept. of Sociology -- Seminar on Visual Documentation, 1973.

7 12

Mouton Publishers -- Editorial Board, 1974.

7 13

Museum of Modern Art -- Department of Film (programs), 1960-1968.

7 14
National Endowment for the Humanities.
Box Folder

American Film Institute Feature Film Catalogue (review), 1977.

7 15

Brown University Semiotics Program (grant review), 1975.

7 16

Catalogue of Motion Picture and TV Manuscripts (review), 1975.

7 17

Sorenson/Smithsonian proposal (review), 1976.

7 20

Summer Seminars for Teachers, 1977.

7 21
Box Folder

National Film Board of Canada -- Conference, 1969.

7 23
National Institute of Health.
Box Folder

National Program for Public Education on Periodontal Disease, 1971.

7 24

Erickson, Frederick, proposal (review), 1973.

7 25
National Science Foundation.
Box Folder

American Universities Field Staff Documentary Film Project, 1969.

7 26
Box Folder

New York Film Council -- Luncheon Meetings, 1964.

7 32

New York Film Festival -- 1964, 1968.

7 33

North American Semiotics Colloquium, 1975.

7 34

L'Office Creation de la Cinematographique -- Conference on Film Theory and Research, 1976.

7 35

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education -- International Symposium on Communication, Media, and Education, 1972.

7 36

Postgraduate Center Psychotherapy, 1961-1962.

7 37

Semiotics Society of America, 1976.

7 38
Smithsonian Institute.
Box Folder

Conference on Anthropological Film Archives, 1970.

7 39

Conference on Visual Anthropology, 1973.

7 40

Science Information Exchange, 1967.

7 41
Box Folder

Social Science Research Council -- Art and Social Science Working Group, 1970-1974.

7 42
Studies Anthropological Visual Communications.
Box Folder

Administrative Papers, 1972-1975.

7 43

Editorial Papers, 1974-1977.

7 44
Box Folder

Society for Applied Anthropology -- Annual Meetings, 1964.

7 45

Society of Cinematologists, 1962-1969.

7 46

Society for Cinema Studies, 1969-1976.

7 47

Society of Education in Film and Television, US, 1964-1965.

8 1

South Beach Psychology Center, 1973.

8 2

Student Conference on Film Study, 1973.

8 3
Summer Institute on Visual Anthropology.
Box Folder

NSF Project Proposal, 1970.

8 4

Correspondence, 1970-1973.

8 5

Lectures, 1972.

8 6

Schedule for Teaching, n.d.

8 7

Participant Evaluations, 1972.

8 8
Temple University Conferences.
Box Folder

Anthropological Film Festival, 1968.

8 9

British Film Seminar, 1971.

8 10

Conference on Visual Anthropology, 1973, 1975, 1976.

8 11

Conference on Visual Anthropology, 1975.

8 12
Travel.
Box Folder

Conference in Israel, 1972.

8 13

Lecture Tour of Japan, 1977.

8 14
University Film [Producers] Association.
Box Folder

Annual Meetings, 1961, 1963.

8 15

Membership Directories, 1964-1977.

8 16

Correspondence, 1969-1973.

8 17
Box Folder

University of Iowa -- Visual Scholars Program, 1976.

8 18

University of Pennsylvania -- Codes in Context Meeting, 1967.

8 19

USC Center for the Humanities -- Conference on the Future of Television, [1977].

8 20

Wenner-Gren Foundation -- Correspondence, 1966-1970.

8 21

Yale Anthropology Department -- Workshop on Filming in Anthropology, 1967.

8 22

Miscellaneous, S-Z, 1971-1976.

8 23

TEACHING.

Undergraduate Course Files.
Box Folder

Com. 160: Modes, Media, and Codes (Administration), 1976.

8 24

Com. 160: Modes, Media, and Codes (Lecture Notes), 1976.

8 25

Com. 160: Modes, Media, and Codes (Student Papers), 1976.

8 26

Com. 160: Fundamentals of Visual Communication, 1976.

8 27

Com. 199: Senior Thesis (Student Papers), 1977.

8 28

Com. 240: General Honors Seminar (Student Papers), 1974.

8 29

Com. 240: General Honors Seminar (Student Papers), 1974.

8 30

Com. 240: General Honors Seminar (Student Papers), 1974.

8 31

Com. 240: General Honors Seminar (Student Papers), 1975.

8 32

Com. 262: General Honors Seminar (Student Papers), 1974.

8 33
Graduate Course Files.
Box Folder

Com. 600: Proseminar, 1965, 1967, 1968.

8 34

Com. 600: Proseminar (Administration), 1970.

8 35

Com. 600: Proseminar (Student Papers), 1970.

8 36

Com. 500: Proseminar, 1971, 1972.

8 37

Com. 500: Proseminar (Administration and Lectures), 1973.

8 38

Com. 500: Proseminar (Student Papers), 1973.

8 39

Com. 500: Proseminar, 1975-1977.

9 1
Com. 709: Documentary Film Workshop.
Box Folder

Lecture Notes, 1960.

9 2

Film Screenings, 1960-1965.

9 3

Treatments, 1961-1962.

9 4

Treatments, 1962-1963.

9 5

Treatments, 1963-1964.

9 6

Treatments, 1963-1964.

9 7

Papers and Exams, 1963-1964.

9 8
Com. 709: Documentary Film Lab.
Box Folder

Lab Expenses, 1963-1965.

9 9

Treatments, 1964-1965.

9 10

Papers and Exams, 1964-1965.

9 11

Treatments, 1965-1967.

9 12

Film Screenings.

9 13

Asst Memos and Notes, 1966.

9 14

Film Critiques, Spring 1967.

9 15

Film Critiques, Spring 1967.

9 16

Papers, Spring 1967.

9 17

Exams, 1966-1967.

9 18

Catalogue of Student Films, 1967.

9 19

Equipment Operating Instructions - "for myself", 1967.

9 20

First Student Ideas, Fall 1967.

9 21

Blue Book Exams, Fall 1967.

9 22

Mid-Term Take Home, Fall 1967.

9 23

Fall 1967.

9 24

Student Screening Comments, Fall 1967.

9 25

Screenings, 1967-1968.

9 26

Documentary Film Series, Spring 1968.

9 27

Film Essays, Spring 1968.

9 28

Grade Record, 1967-1968.

9 29

Treatments, Fall 1968.

9 30

Screening Notes, 1968-1969.

9 31

Exams, 1968-1969.

9 32

Kin-O-Lux, 1968-1969.

9 33

Screening Notes, 1969-1970.

9 34

Exams and Student Evaluations, 1969-1970.

9 35

Film Paper, Spring 1970.

9 36

Film Lab Class Notes, 1970.

43 1

Screenings - Workfile: Ideas for Screening, 1970.

9 37

Screening Notes, 1970-1971.

9 38

Student Protest, 1971.

9 39

Students' First Ideas/Treatments, 1971-1972.

9 40

Screening Notes, 1971-1972.

9 41
Box Folder

Com. 515: Documentary Film Lab (Exams), 1971, 1973.

9 42

Com. 515: Documentary Film Lab, Spring 1973.

9 43

Com. 515: Documentary Film Lab (Screening Notes), 1972-1973.

9 44

Documentary Film Lab (Course Outline and Notes), 1972-1973 (1).

43 2

Documentary Film Lab (Course Outline and Notes), 1972-1973 (2).

43 3

Com. 515: Documentary Film Lab (Ombudsman), 1973.

9 45

Com. 515: Documentary Film Lab (Screening Notes), 1973-1974.

9 46
Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab.
Box Folder

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Exams), Fall 1973.

9 47

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Exams), 1973-1974.

9 48

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Screenings), 1974-1975.

9 49

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Exams), 1974-1975.

9 50

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Screenings), 1975-1976.

9 51

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Screening Notes), 1976-1977.

10 1

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Screenings), 1976-1977.

10 2

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Aibel, Bob - lecturer), 1977.

10 3

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Screenings), Fall 1977.

10 4

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Coq au Vin).

10 5

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Program Proposal, Equipment Forms).

10 6

Com. 514: Documentary Film Lab (Ross-Gaffrey - Lab Services), n.d.

10 7
Box Folder

Com. 638: Fundamentals of Visual Communication, Spring 1966.

10 8

Com. 638 and 662: Fundamentals of Visual Communication, Spring 1967.

10 9

Com. 638: Fundamentals of Visual Communication, Spring 1968.

10 10

Com. 638: Fundamentals of Visual Communication (Old Course Outlines), 1968-1972.

10 11

Com. 638: Visual Communication (Exams), Spring 1968, 1970, 1971, 1974, 1977.

10 12

Com. 662: Fundamentals of Visual Communication, Spring 1969.

10 13

Visual Communication (Comments on Student Papers), 1969.

10 14
Com. 562: Visual Communication.
Box Folder

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1970.

10 15

Com. 562: Visual Communication, ca.1970-1971.

10 16

Com. 562: Visual Communication, 1970-1973.

10 17

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1971.

10 18

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1971.

10 19

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Readings for Kahn Lecture), 1971.

10 20

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Excerpts from Judges and Genesis), 1971.

10 21

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1973.

10 22

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1973 (1 of 3).

10 23

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1973 (2 of 3).

10 24

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1973 (3 of 3).

10 25

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Student Presentations), 1973.

10 26

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Yair Cohen - Xerox of Good Exam), 1973.

10 27

Visual Communication (Bibliography and Revisions), 1973-1974.

10 28

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Bibliographies and Reading Assignments and Course Outlines), 1974.

10 29

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Seminars), 1974.

10 30

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Undergraduate), Spring 1974.

10 31

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1974 (1 of 2).

10 32

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1974 (2 of 2).

10 33

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Cenower), Spring 1975.

10 34

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Summer 1975.

10 35

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Exams), Summer 1975.

10 36

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Summer 1975.

10 37

Com. 562: Visual Communication, 1976.

10 38

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1976.

10 39

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Linda Kelley), Spring 1976.

10 40

Com. 562: Visual Communication, 1977 (1 of 2).

10 41

Com. 562: Visual Communication, 1977 (2 of 2).

10 42

Com. 562: Visual Communication, 1977.

11 1

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Notes), Spring 1977.

11 2

Com. 562: Visual Communication, Spring 1977.

11 3

Com. 562: Visual Communication (Exams), Spring 1977.

11 4
Box Folder

Visual Communication (Teaching Material, Drawings of Angels).

11 5

Com. 638 and 662: Visual Communication - Fundamentals and Seminar (Lecture Notes, Clippings), n.d.

11 6

Com. 560: Modes, Media and Codes, 1976-1977.

11 7
Student Files.
Box Folder

Abstracts of Masters Theses 1970-1972.

11 8

Att-Inf Doctor Study: Transcripts 1-20, 1972 (1 of 2).

13 30

Att-Inf Doctor Study: Transcripts (21-35), 1972 (2 of 2).

13 31

Students.

14 26

RESEARCH.

Navajo Project.
Box Folder

Vol. 1a: Worth (Field Notes pp.1-112; 3/11-17, 6/1-5), 1966.

14 27

Vol. 1b: Worth (Field Notes pp.113-196; 6/6-18), 1966.

14 28

Vol. 1c: Worth (Field Notes pp.197-273; 6/19-7/8), 1966.

14 29

Vol. 1d: Worth (Field Notes pp.224-337; 7/11-26), 1966.

14 30

Vol. 2a: Chalfen (Field Notes pp.501-509; 6/1-7), 1966.

14 31

Vol. 2b: Chalfen (Field Notes pp.570-644; 6/20-7/8), 1966.

14 32

Vol. 2c: Chalfen (Field Notes pp.645-730; 7/10-8/6), 1966.

14 33

Vol. 3a: Adair (Life History Interviews pp. 1001-1099), 1966.

15 1

Vol. 3b: Adair (Life History Interviews pp.1099-1 to 52), 1966.

15 2

Vol. 4: Worth (Interviews pp.1501-1605; 6/6-9), 1966 (1 of 2).

15 3

Vol. 4: Worth (Interviews pp.1606-1657 [1658-1712 missing]; 6/10-15), 1966 (2 of 2).

15 4

Vol. 5: Chalfen (Interviews pp.1712-1-22, 2062-2102-30; 7/21-8/1), 1966 (1 of 2)Box 15.

15 5

Vol. 4a: Worth (Interviews pp.2001-2013; 1658-1684; 6/15-7/2), 1966 (1 of 2).

15 6

Vol. 4a: Worth (Interviews pp.2014-2061;1685-1712-23-57; 7/5-7/25), 1966 (2 of 2).

15 7

Vol. 5: Chalfen (Interviews pp.2103-2183; 8/3-8/6), 1966 (2 of 2).

15 8

Worth (Field Notes 3/11-7/26), 1966 (1 of 2).

15 9

Worth (Field Notes 3/11-7/26), 1966 (2 of 2).

15 10

Vol. 2: Chalfen (Field Notes pp.501-730), 1966.

15 11

Adair (Life History Notes), 1966.

15 12

Worth (Interviews), 1966.

15 13

Chalfen (Interviews), 1966.

15 14

Worth (Field Notes - original).

15 15

Worth (Field Notes).

15 16

Student Writing - Miscellaneous File.

15 22

Transcripts (Post-Rushes Comments, 6/17), 1966.

15 25

Worth and All Students (Post-Viewing Comments, 6/22), 1966.

15 26

Transcript (Interviews of Film Audience at Pine Springs -Worldheimer, 7/25) William Morgan - Translator.

15 27

Transcripts (Unumbered pages - Post-Viewing Remarks, 8/1), 1966.

15 28

Transcript (Sol Worth, Susie Bennally teaching Alta Kahn how to make movies), 1966.

15 29

Transcript (Sol Worth with Susie Bennally teaching her mother how to make movies), 1966.

15 30

Cademe Shot List for "Antelope Lake", 1966.

15 31

Cademe Shot List for Al Clah "Intrepid Shadows".

15 32

Cademe Shot List for "Navajo Weaver":Shot - Master.

15 33

Cademe Shot List for "Navajo Weaver": Susie Bennally, 1966.

15 34

Cademe Shot List for "Spirit of Navajo": Tsosie Sisters.

16 1

Cademe (Shot List for Johnny Nelson).

16 2

Cademe (Shot List for Alta Khan).

16 3

Index to Interviews, 1966.

16 4

Calendars and Catalogues, 1966.

16 5

Indexes and Logs (Working File).

16 6

Description and List of Tapes.

16 7

Master Code for Film Material.

16 8

Chalfen (Progress Report 10/21/66 - 11/5/66).

16 9

Navajo and Apache Tribes vs. USA.

16 10

USGS Maps.

16 11

Work Notes, Letters, 1966.

16 12

Correspondence with Adair.

16 13

Pre-Project Start.

16 14

Correspondence - Post-Project.

16 15

Memos - Names.

16 16

Interpreter Training, 1963.

16 17

NSF Grant - Continuation (Including Proposal), 1965.

16 18

Payroll.

16 19

Bank Statements and Check Stubs.

16 20

Lab Bills.

16 21

Frontier Airlines (Courier Service).

16 22

Bills (Hotel, Trading Post, Air Travel).

16 23

Auto Expenses, including Gas.

16 24

Reimbursed Expenses.

16 25

Notes 2/26 and n.d. 1966.

16 27

Film Titles (Also for Achtenberg Project), 1966.

16 28
Photographs.
Box Folder

Photographs (38-58; M.Anderson/Old Antelope Lake).

16 29

Photographs (98-107; Susie Bennally/Navajo Weaver).

16 30

Photographs (1-10; Al Clan/Intrepid Shadows).

16 31

Photographs (121-137; Al Clan/Intrepid Shadows).

16 32

Photographs (Alta Kahn/2nd Navajo Weaver).

16 33

Photographs (92-116; Susie Benna;;y/Navajo Weaver).

16 34

Photographs (4-26; Johnny Nelson/Horse).

16 35

Photographs (11-21; Johnny Nelson/Horse).

16 36

Photographs (79-86; Johnny Nelson/Shallow Well Project).

16 37

Photographs (137-154; Johnny Nelson/Silversmith).

16 38

Photographs (Johnny Nelson at Rewinds).

16 39

Photographs (Johnny Nelson/Silversmith).

16 40

Photographs (137-154; Johnny Nelson/Silversmith).

16 41

Photographs (19-29; Tsosie/"Spirit of the Navajo").

16 43

Photographs (Tsosie/"Spirit of the Navajo").

16 44

Photographs (Tsosie/"Spirit of the Navajo").

16 45

Photographs (33-37; Worth/Demo).

16 46

Photographs (23-32; Tsosie/Practice).

16 47

Photographs (59-64; Mix).

16 48

Photographs (Mike Anderson/Cademe Series).

16 48

Photographs (Mike Anderson/Cademe Series).

16 49

Photographs (Susie Benally/Cademe Series).

16 50

Photographs (Susie Benally - second series/Cademe Series).

16 51

Photographs (Al Clah/Cademe Series).

16 52

Photographs (Al Clah/Cademe Series).

16 53

Photographs (Alta Khan/Cademe Series).

16 54

Photographs (Alta Khan/Cademe Series).

16 55

Photographs (Johnny Nelson/Cademe Set [1 of 2]).

17 1

Photographs (Johnny Nelson/Cademe Set [2 of 2]).

17 2

Photographs (Johnny Nelson/Cademe Series - 2nd Set [1 of 2]).

17 3

Photographs (Johnny Nelson/Cademe Series - 2nd Set [2 of 2]).

17 4

Photographs (The Tsosie Sisters/Cademe Series [1 of 2]).

17 5

Photographs (The Tsosie Sisters/Cademe Series [2 of 2]).

17 6

Photographs (The Tsosie Sisters/Cademe Series - 2nd Set [1 of 2]).

17 7

Photographs (The Tsosie Sisters/Cademe Series - 2nd Set [2 of 2]).

17 8

Photographs.

17 9

Photographs (Worth).

17 10

Photographs (Contact Sheets - Chalfen and Worth), June-Aug 1966.

17 11

Photographs (Prints for Book).

17 12
Box Folder

Slides (Navajo).

17 13
Negatives.
Box Folder

Diagrams.

17 14

M. Anderson.

17 15

S. Benally.

17 16

A. Clah.

17 17

A. Kahn.

17 18

J. Nelson.

17 19

Tsosie.

17 20
Box Folder

The Use of Film in Cross-Cultural Communication (NSF proposal Feb 4, 1965).

17 21

Press Release re NSF Grant (Feb 3, 1965).

17 22

The Navajo as Filmmaker (NSF proposal, May 1, 1967).

17 23

Wenner-Gren Talk.

17 24

Paper delivered at American Anthropology Association Meeting, Washington D.C. 1967.

17 25

AAA Colloquium, Oct 9, 1967.

17 26

Paper delivered at AAA, 1967.

17 27

Draft of Research Report for American Anthropology, 1967.

17 28

The Navajo as Filmmaker: A Brief Report, 1967.

17 29

AA Paper: The Navajo as Filmmaker (proofs and reprints).

17 30

The Navajo as Filmmaker (1st Draft - June) Worth and Adair, 1968.

17 31

The Navajo as Filmmaker (Copy corrected by Goodenough).

17 32

AAA Materials - Final Rough Version Dec 1968.

17 33
Bio-documentary Projects.
Box Folder

Welfare Medical Care Project Proposal (First Draft), 1960.

17 34

Welfare Medical Care Project (Original Proposal), 1960.

17 35

Welfare Medical Care Project (Financial) March 1961 - Feb 1964.

17 36

Welfare Medical Care Project, March 1961.

17 37

Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy (Proposal for a Visual Communications Program) Oct 1961.

17 38

Comments on Films Shown to Art Department, 1963.

17 39

Correspondence re Adolescent Bio-Doc Project - NIMH, U. of P, 1963.

17 40

Adolescent Perceptions of Self as Portrayed through Film (proposal for NIMH).

17 41

A Case Study of the Fighter, 1964.

17 42

Student Responses to "The Fighter" [Another Yesterday] ASC 1964.

17 43

Student Responses (Friends Select School) May 12, 1964.

17 44

Hargon [Harlem Youth] Film Project Proposal, June 1964.

18 1

Hargon Film Project (Notes), July 1964.

18 2

Childhood's Noon (Fall 1964), Notes on Comments in ASC Prosem.

18 3

Miscellaneous Notes on Bio-Doc (Nov 1964).

18 4

Shayon and Kids, 11/8/64.

18 5

Student Films Project, July-Dec 1965.

18 6

College Bound Bio-Documentary Project Proposal (1965-1966).

18 7

Letter to George (Gerbner?) re Bio-Doc n.d.

18 8

North Richmond Neighborhood House (Adair Student), 1967.

18 9

Project for Pennsylvania Hospital - Mental Health Center, 1967.

18 10

Student Film making, 1968.

18 11

Kids Make Movies, etc. 1968-1971.

18 12

Ethnofilm, 1969.

18 13

Community Film making Correspondence, 1969-1972.

18 14

Black Filmmaker (Messans Report).

18 15

Film making for Older People, 1971.

18 16

Worth-Rudy Proposal: An American Community's Socialization to pictures (Juniata County), 1977.

18 17
Teacher-Kid Study.
Box Folder

Research Notes (Film Syntax, Vidistics), Jan 1965 - Feb 1966.

18 18

Blank Forms, Feb 20, 1965.

18 19

Response Forms (1 of 8 - Film I; Bundled).

18 20

Response Forms (2 of 8 - Film I; Bundled).

18 21

Response Forms (3 of 8 - Film II; Bundled).

18 22

Response Forms (4 of 8 - Film II; Bundled).

18 23

Response Forms (5 of 8 - Film III; Bundled).

18 24

Response Forms (6 of 8 - Film III; Bundled).

18 25

Rokeach Forms (7 of 8; Bundled).

18 26

Rokeach Forms (8 of 8; Bundled).

18 27

Response Forms - Film I (1 of 9).

18 28

Response Forms - Film II (2 of 9).

18 29

Response Forms - Film II (3 of 9).

18 30

Response Forms (5 of 9).

18 32

Response Forms (4 of 9).

18 31

Response Forms (6 of 9).

18 33

Response Forms (7 of 9).

19 1

Response Forms (8 of 9).

19 2

Response Forms (9 of 9).

19 3

Hampe Tests - Research (1 of 2), Feb 20, 1965.

19 4

Hampe Tests - Research (2 of 2), Feb 20, 1965.

19 5

Temple - Childhood's Noon Forms.

19 6

Temple Study: Questionnaire (1 of 2), 1966.

19 7

Temple Study: Questionnaire (2 of 2), 1966.

19 8

Notes-Data, April-May, 1966.

19 9

Computer Center Notes, May-October, 1966.

19 10

Research Notes (Katsher), 1968.

19 11

Waterhouse, R.F. n.d.

19 12

Factor Analyzing of T-K, n.d.

19 13

Original Data - 25 Students from Friends' Select (1 of 3), Feb-Apr 1965.

19 14

Original Data - 25 Students from Friends' Select (2 of 3), Feb -April, 1965.

19 15

Original Data - 25 Students from Friends' Select (3 of 3), Feb -April, 1965.

19 16

Data Field Notes, 1965.

19 17

Data, 1965.

19 18
Trangle-Circle Experiment.
Box Folder

Semantic Differential Scale, 1965.

19 19
Big "M" and Big "T" Study.
Box Folder

Meetings with Feldman re Research, April - June, 1965.

19 20

Fortran Notes, July, 1965.

19 21

List of all Words, 1965-1966.

19 22

List of all words, categories and frequencies, 1965-1966.

19 23

Data Analysis Notebook, May-Oct 1966.

19 24

Winston-Worth Words, 1967.

19 25

Winston-Worth - Counts and Percents of Words, June, 1967.

19 26

Analysis - Blank Forms, n.d.

19 27

Rokeach Scores, n.d.

19 28

Word Category - Lafel, n.d.

19 29

Categories (Word lists/tabulation), n.d.

19 30

Original - scored data sheets, n.d.

19 31

Word Category Data, n.d.

19 32
Experiment "K".
Box Folder

Analysis, ca.1969-1970.

19 35

Graphs (Transparencies) "Associated with..." Question, ca. 1969-1970.

19 36

Graphs (Transparencies) Verbal Labels - Ranks ca. 1969-1970.

19 37

Graphs (Transparencies) ca. 1969-1970.

19 38

Graphs (Transparencies) "Interest in..." Question, ca. 1969-1970.

19 39

Graphs (Lim,Benito,thesis), ca. 1969-1970.

19 40
Miscellaneous.
Box Folder

Unidentified, n.d.

19 42

Standard Deviation Work Sheets, n.d.

19 43

Word List for Sorting, n.d.

19 44

Lafal Category Practice Sheets, n.d.

19 45

Lafal Category Work Sheets, n.d.

19 46

Rokeach 40 Question - Open and Closed Test, n.d.

19 47

Miscellaneous Research Cards.

20

WRITINGS.

General Publications.
Box Folder

Worth Bibliographies - 1978.

21 1

Cezanne and Perception.

21 2

The Cliffs of Fall (Film Script).

21 3

The Cliffs of Fall (Novel).

21 4

Cognitive Aspects of Sequence in Visual Communication, 1968.

21 5

Comments on a Theory of Bio-documentary, n.d.

21 6

Community Health, 1970.

21 7

The Concept of the Media Laboratory, 1966.

21 8

The Development of a Semiotic of Film, 1969.

21 9

The Development of a Semiotic of Film, Jan 1969Box 21.

21 10

The Documentary Film: An Approach Toward Teaching... (Gilbert Seldes Notes).

21 11

Doing Anthropology of Visual Communication, 1977.

21 12

Editor's Introduction (v.1, no. 1 SAVICOM), 1974.

21 13

Editor's Introduction to Goffman, Gender Advertisements.

21 14

Explorations in the Bio-documentary Film, Dec 1964.

21 15

Film as Non-Art, 1966.

21 16

Film Communication, 1965.

21 17

Film making as an Aid to Action Research, 1964.

21 18

An Interview with Sol Worth (ed. Aibel).

21 19

Letter from Finland.

21 20

Man is not a Bird (Draft for symposium), 1976.

21 21

Man is not a Bird (Gombrich, et al, editor's version), 1976.

21 22

Man is not a Bird (Drafts for Rewrite).

21 23

Man is not a Bird (Semiotica Version), 1977.

21 24

Margaret Mead of the Shift from "Visual Communication" to ..., 1976.

21 25

Margaret Mead and the Shift... (Drafts and Revisions), 1976.

21 26

Motion Picture Production in the University (Review).

21 27

Pictures Can't Say Ain't (Published Version, 1976).

21 28

Pictures Can't Say Ain't (Version 2, 1975).

21 29

Pictures Can't Say Ain't, 1974.

21 30

Pictures Can't Say Ain't (Figures).

21 31

The Process of Film making.

21 32

Prolegomenon to Vidistics.

21 33

Public Administration and the Documentary Film, 1974.

21 34

The Public Administrator and, or versus, the Filmmaker, n.d.

21 35

The Relevance of Research, 1969.

21 36

Review of Bazin, "What is Cinema?".

21 37

Seeing Metaphor as Caricature, 1974-1975.

21 38

Selected Papers (Worth and Gross), 1976.

21 39

Story about Hospitalization.

21 40

Strategies of Communicative Performance and Interpretation (original Version).

21 41

Strategies of Interpretation: Figures, Sept 1974.

21 42

Student Film Workshop, 1963.

21 43

Symbolic Strategies, 1974.

21 44

Testimony for the Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on the Interior, April 1977.

21 45

Toward the Development of a Semiotic of Ethnographic Film, 1968-1972.

21 46

Toward an Anthropological Politics of Symbolic Forms, 1972.

21 47

Toward an Ethnographic Semiotic.

21 48

Toward an Ethnographic Semiotic (Paris Paper with notes).

21 49

Translation of "The Medium of Expression and Content in the Cinema" Metz, 1968.

21 50

TV: A Window on Whose World?.

21 51

The Use of Film in Education and Communication, 1971 - 1974.

21 52

The Uses of Film in Education and Communications (Drafts and Revisions).

22 1

Whose Voice is Heard?.

22 2

You are on Indian Land (Review), 1972.

22 3
Navajo Project.
Box Folder

I Navajo Come Registi, 1967.

22 4

AA Paper - Final Version, May 1969.

22 5

Navajo Filmmakers (AA, 1970).

22 6

Copy of Navajo Book, annotated in Sausalito, 8/9-11, 1968.

22 7

Book Adair - 1st Draft Inserts, Aug 1968.

22 8

Worth to Adair re manuscript corrections, Aug 11, 1968.

22 9

New Work for Book - introduction, July 1969.

22 10

Original Manuscript for Book.

22 11

Manuscript (Draft 1: Hymes Edit).

22 12

Structuring Reality: The Navajo Make Movies (early draft of Through Navajo Eyes) [1 of 2], 1970.

22 13

Structuring Reality: The Navajo Make Movies (early draft of Through Navajo Eyes) [2 of 2], 1970.

22 14

Manuscript corrected copy (Xerox Transcript) [1 of 2].

22 15

Manuscript corrected copy (Xerox Transcript) [2 of 2].

22 16

Navajo Filmmakers (Newsletter), 1971.

22 17

Photos for Book with Captions (xerox), 1972.

22 18
Talks and Lectures.
Box Folder

What is Film? - Lecture, n.d.

22 19

Talk: Community Health Services Bio-Doc, Sept 24, 1964.

22 20

The Case for Propaganda (Saturday Opinion Forum, Friends Peace Committee and AFSC), Jan 30, 1965.

22 21

Mitchell Talk (Teachers in Training Institute), Feb, July, 1965.

22 22

Faculty Seminar - Sol Worth Model, April 1965.

22 23

Lecture to Cinema Group, 5/27/65.

22 24

Mitchell Talk (Teachers in Training Institute), 7/22/65.

22 25

Notes for Lecture on Communication (Project College-Bound), July 1965.

22 26

The American Image Abroad (Artists Equity), Oct 1965.

22 27

Talk (Brandeis Ladies Club), April 25, 1966.

22 27

Yale Psychology Lecture (1966).

22 28

Faculty Seminar (Navajo Noon).

22 29

Navajo Project Lecture (Anthropology Dept), 1966.

22 30

Colloquium - "Navajo", Oct 9, 1967.

22 31

Talk (National Association of Social Workers - Eastern Inst Region), 10/20/67.

22 32

Wenner-Gren Meeting (Presentation re Navajo Project), April 1967.

22 33

Paper Delivered at AAA Wash D.C. 1967 (Original).

22 34

Art Alliance Lecture, 1967.

22 35

Talk at Friends Central, Mar 11, 1968.

22 36

The Relevance of Research (Address to University Film Association - correspondence and drafts), 8/18/68.

22 37

Central Aspects of Film Communication (Address to Seven Sisters Alumnae), 10/22/69.

22 38

Cultural Aspects of Film Communication (Talk to Pa. Assn. of Women Deans and Counselors), 10/24/69.

22 39

Talk at Mt. Sinai Hospital, 12/4/70.

22 40

The Symbolic Environment of the Mouth (Address to Dental Health Conference), April 28, 1971.

22 41

Changes in the Symbolic Environment (Address to the international Federation of University Women), August 1971.

22 42

Communication and Culture (Hunter College of Social Work), Oct 6, 1971.

22 43

Address to the Federation of Motion Picture Councils, May 8, 1972.

22 44

Intro and Discussion, Symposium on Ethnography of Visual Communication, Toronto, 1972.

22 45

AFI Seminar (Transcript), 1973.

22 46

Visiting Lecture, Renee Fox's Field Methods, 4/3/74; 3/26/75.

22 47

Health on Symbolic Process (Gordon Memorial Lecture; Hahneman Medical College), Sept 4, 1971.

22 48

Communications across Ethnic Groups, (Colloquium, School of Social Work), April. 1975, 1977.

22 49

Symposium for Human Sexuality (Transcript and Draft), 8/14/75.

22 50

Visiting Lecture, Dell Hyme's Class (re Navajo Project), Mar 24, 1976.

22 51

Testing for the Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on the Interior, 1977.

22 52
Miscellaneous.
Box Folder

Fundamentals of Visual Communication (Fellowship Application for 1978-1979 [1977]).

22 53

Aspects Paper - Presentation Handouts.

22 54

Book and Film Reviews.

22 55

Notes for Paper New Literary History, 6/75.

22 56

Research and Writings (Notes on Inference and Imputation), Dec 1971.

22 57

Notes on Language (1971-1976) [Duplicate].

22 58

Research and Writings (Notes for a Visual Communication Reader), 1968.

22 59

Field Notes: Robert Cohn's HUAC Doc.

22 60
Author Files.
Box Folder

Anonymous Papers.

22 61

Abel - Alexander.

22 62

Andrew - Aschenberger.

22 63

Arnheim, Rudolf.

22 64

Baer, William P. (1 of 3).

23 1

Baer, William P. (2 of 3).

23 2

Baer, William P. (3 of 3).

23 3

Bateson, Gregory.

23 4

Bazin, Andre (Subject).

23 5

Berlin, Brent and Paul Kay.

23 6

Bernstein, Basil (Author and Subject).

23 7

Gianfranco, Bettetini.

23 8

Brodbeck, Arthur J.

23 9

Brodey, Warren M.

23 10

Bacol - Becker.

23 11

Beller - Biella.

23 12

Black - Brakhage.

23 13

Brewer - Byers.

23 14

Carey, James W.

23 15

Chalfen, Richard (1 of 2).

23 16

Chalfen, Richard (2 of 2).

23 17

Carey - Cazden.

23 18

Chafe - Clynes.

23 19

Cohen - Cunningham.

23 20

Dehavenon, Annalon.

23 21

de Heusch, Luc.

23 22

Doret, David M., "Trial by Videotape" (Manuscript), 1973.

23 23

Dundes, Alan.

23 24

D.

24 1

Eco, Umberto.

24 2

Ekman, Paul (1 of 3).

24 3

Ekman, Paul (2 of 3).

24 4

Ekman, Paul and Wallace Friesen (3 of 3).

24 5

Ellsworth, Phoebe et. al.

24 6

Erickson, Frederick.

24 7

E.

24 8

Feld, Steve.

24 9

Frederick, Paul.

24 11

F.

24 12

Gardner, Howard.

24 13

Gerbner, George (1958-1967).

24 14

Gerbner, George 1968 "Film Hero".

24 15

Gerbner, George (1967-1978).

24 16

Research Reports: Gerbner, 1970 "Violence in TV Drama".

24 17

Gerbner, George, 1974 "Symbolic Environment".

24 18

Gombrich, E.H.

24 19

Feldman, Seth.

24 10

Gross, Larry (1 of 2).

24 20

Gross, Larry (2 of 2).

24 21

Gaertner - Giles.

24 22

Gleason - Goldstein.

25 1

Goodenough - Gunkle.

25 2

Hall, Edward T., Handbook for Proxemic Research, 1974.

25 3

Hampe, Barry.

25 4

Harris, Zelig: Typescript (copy), Book on mathematics and linguistics. Chs. 1-4 (1 of 2), 1966.

25 5

Harris, Zelig: Typescript (copy), Book on mathematics and linguistics. Chapters 5-8 (2 of 2), 1966.

25 6

Harris, Zelig, 1965.

25 7

Hecht, Chandra (Sociology of Art).

25 8

Hoban, Charles.

25 9

Hymes, Dell, 1960-1965.

25 10

Hymes, Dell, 1966-1969.

25 11

Hymes, Dell, 1969-1970.

25 12

Hymes, Dell, 1971.

25 13

Hymes, Dell, 1971-1972.

25 14

Haber - Harris.

25 15

Harrison - Heas.

25 16

Hevner - Hochberg.

25 17

Hocking - Holand.

25 18

Howard - Hungerland.

25 19

I-J.

25 20

Jakobson, Ronan.

25 21

Kafka - Klein.

25 22

Kleinhans - Lanuccia.

26 1

Labov, William.

26 2

Levi-Strauss, Claude.

26 3

Levi-Strauss, Claude.

26 4

Lacey - Lanigan.

26 5

Laybourne - Lenneberg.

26 6

Lesage - Liberman.

26 7

Lingis - Lyean.

26 8

David McNeill (Typescript) "The Development of Language" U.Michigan (1967) 1 of 2.

26 9

David McNeill (Typescript) "The Development of Language" 1967 2 of 2.

26 10

Mc.

26 11

Meltz, Christian.

26 12

Maccoby - Mead.

26 13

Mey - Minichen.

26 14

Menuchen - Monist.

26 15

Mooy - Muscio.

26 16

N.

26 17

O'Brien - O'Grady.

26 18

O'Grady, Gerald - (academic programs and research resources).

26 19

Olmstead - Osolsobe.

26 20

Perkins, David N.

26 21

Pryluck, Calvin (1).

26 22

Pryluck, Calvin (2).

27 1

Paisley - Pepper.

27 2

Perkins - Pierce.

27 3

Plonikov - Potterfield.

27 4

Rosenthal, Robert.

27 5

Ruby, Jay.

27 6

Ruby, Jay (academic programs and course descriptions).

27 7

Radin - Rollin.

27 8

Rose - Rycroft.

27 9

Schimel, John L.

27 10

Scholte, Bob.

27 11

Sebeok.

27 12

Smith, Barbara.

27 13

Speeth, Christopher.

27 14

Stirling, Peter.

27 15

Sutton-Smith, Brian.

27 16

Sagoff - Sapir.

27 17

Sarles - Schechter.

27 18

Schaper - Sechrest.

27 19

Sekula - Siegler.

27 20

Silverstein - Sorenson.

27 21

Sorenson - Staal.

27 22

Stanasz - Szathmary.

27 23

Tannenbaum, Percy.

27 24

Tyo (Dissertation) 1961.

28 1

T.

28 2

U-V.

28 3

Wartofsky, Marx.

28 4

Waley - Watt.

28 5

Weakland - White.

28 6

Widgery - Winston.

28 7

Winthrop - Wollen.

28 8

Wood - Young.

28 9

Z.

28 10
Bibliographies and Reference Guides.
Box Folder

Film and Anthropology Bibliographies.

28 11

Film and Society/Human Behavior/Social Science.

28 12

Film, General and Miscellaneous.

28 13

Communication: Modes, Media and Codes.

28 14

Communication Systems and Institutions; General.

28 15

Bibliography of Worth Collection.

28 16

Ohio State Center for Experimental Research in the Arts: Information Storage and Retrieval Project, 1968.

28 17

ERIC Reports on Reference Materials.

28 18

Notes for McBee - Bibliography Cards.

28 19
Film Reviews, Programs, and Ephemera.
Box Folder

Navajo Project: Reviews and Notices.

28 20

Film Reviews (Miscellaneous).

28 21

Film Programs and Brochures.

28 22

John Grierson Archive List of Contents.

28 23

MOMA Film Programs (1967-1977).

28 24

MOMA Film Programs (Brochures and Stills).

28 25

Thalberg Script Collection - Dartmouth.

28 26

Coding System for Film File.

28 27
Box Folder

Miscellaneous Ephemera, Clippings, Cartoons, etc.

28 28

Miscellaneous Ephemera, Bell Labs: Computer Synthesized Speech (7" Disk).

28 29

The Image Before My Eyes (Exhibit).

28 30
Journals.
Box Folder

"8" Newsletter of 8mm Film in Education, (Number 4, 1967).

29 1

Action, (Directors Guild of America) (Vol. 8 No. 5 - Vol. 9 No. 5).

29 2

African Arts, (Summer 1969, Summer 1972).

29 3

Afterimage, (Feb - June, 1975).

29 4

AAUP Bulletin, (Dec 1973, March, 1974).

29 5

American Anthropologist Articles.

29 6

American Anthropological Association, various publications (Dec. 1964 - Nov. 1976).

29

American Cinematographers (Oct, Dec 1975).

29 7

American Cinemeditor (Various issues: 1964-1973).

29 8

American Film (Nov. 1970, Feb. 1977).

29 9

The Motion Picture in its Economic and Social Aspects, Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science, (128:1-186, Nov 1926) [xerox].

29 10

The Motion Picture Industry, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, (254:1-1972, Nov 1947) [xerox].

29 11

Anthropologia Matematica, (Vol. 17-19).

29 12

Artforum, (Jan 1973).

29 13

AV Communication Review, (Vol. 13-24).

30

British Film Institute - Film Papers (1 of 2).

30 1

British Film Institute - Film Papers (2 of 2).

30 2

Cahiers du Cinema in English, (nos. 1-6; 1966).

31 1

Cahiers du Cinema in English, (nos. 7-12; 1967).

31 2

Cahiers du Cinema in English, (No. 249; Feb.-Mar. 1974).

31 3

Center for the Humanities, U.S.C.: Newsletter (No. 1, Oct. 1975).

31 4

Challenge for Change, (Nos. 7, 10).

31 5

Cinema Journal, (1966-1976).

31

Cinema Studies, (1968 - 1970).

31

Cinema Texas Program Notes, (Sept. 4 1973 - Oct. 25 1973).

31 6

Cinema Texas Program Notes, (Oct 30 1973 - Jan 31 1974).

31 7

Cinema Texas Program Notes, (Fall 1975 Vol. 9, 1-3).

31 8

Cinema Texas Program Notes, (Fall 1975 Vol. 9 No. 4; Spring 1976 Vol.10 No. 3, 4).

31 9

Cinema Texas Program Notes, (Spring 1976).

31 10

Cinema Texas Program Notes, (Fall 1976).

31 11

Cinema Texas Program Notes, (Spring 1977).

31 12

Cinema Texas Program Notes, (Fall 1977).

31 13

Commentary, (March 1964).

31 14

Articles from Contemporary Psychology.

31 15

The Craft of Film (Attic Publishing, 1970) 1 of 2.

31 16

The Craft of Film (Attic Publishing, 1970) 2 of 2.

31 17

Critical Inquiry, (Vol.1 - Vol.6).

32

Current Anthropology, (Feb.-Oct. 1969).

32 1

Current Anthropology, (Dec. 1969 - Apr. 1970).

32 2

Current Anthropology, (June 1970-Feb. 1971).

32 3

Current Anthropology, (Apr. 1971-Dec. 1971).

32 4

Current Anthropology, (Feb. 1972).

32 5

Current Anthropology, (Apr.-Oct. 1972).

32 6

Current Anthropology, (Dec. 1972 - Apr. 1973).

32 7

Current Anthropology, (June-Oct. 1973).

33 1

Current Anthropology, (Dec. 1973 - June 1974).

33 2

Current Anthropology, (March, Sept. 1974).

33 3

Dance Research Journal, (Fall-Winter 1974-1975).

33 4

AFI Center for Advanced Film Studies Dialogue on Film, v.1 (1972).

33 5

AFI Center for Advanced Film Studies Dialogue on Film, v.2 (1972-1973).

33 6

AFI Center for Advanced Film Studies Dialogue on Film, v.3 (1973-1974).

33 7

AFI Center for Advanced Film Studies Dialogue on Film, Vol.4 (1974-1975).

33 8

Earthwatch Expeditions, (Winter and Spring 1977).

33 9

Directors Guild of America Directory of Members, (1972-1980).

33 10

Essays on the Verbal and Visual Arts, (American Ethnological Society), 1966.

33 11

Film Comment, (v.1 no.2 [Summer 1962] - v.2 no.3 [Summer 1964]).

33 12

Film Comment, (v.2 no.4 [Fall 1964] - v.3 no.3 [Summer 1965]).

33 13

Film Comment, (v.3 no.4[Fall 1965] - v.4 no.4[Summer 1968]).

33 14

Film Comment, (5[1] Fall 1968 - 5[4] Winter 1969).

33 15

Film Comment, (6[1] Spring 1970 - 6[4] Winter 1970-1971).

33 16

Film Comment, (7[2]Summer 1971 - 7[4]Winter 1971-1972).

34 1

Film Comment, (8[1]Spring 1972 - 8[3]Fall 1972).

34 2

Film Culture, nos.38-9 (1965).

34 3

Filmmakers Newsletter, (2[8] June 1969 - 4[2] Dec. 1970).

34 4

Filmmakers Newsletter, (4[3] Jan. 1971 - 4[6] Apr. 1971).

34 5

Filmmakers Newsletter, (4[8] June 1971 - 5[4] Feb. 1972).

34 6

Freedomways, (14[3] 1974) Special Issue: "The Black Image in the Mass Media.

34 7

Hollywood Quarterly, (Contents 1945-1954).

34 8

Human Communication Research, (1974-1977).

34 9

Human Sexuality, (June 1976).

34 10

Industrial Design, (April 1960).

34 11

Journal of Communication, (1973-1977).

34

Journal of Communication, (1973-1977).

35

Journal of the Society of Cinematologists, (1964-1965).

35 1

Journal of the University Film Producers Association, (1961-1967).

35 2

Journal of the University Film Association, Vol.20-22 (1968-1970).

35 3

Journal of the University Film Association, Vol.23-26 (1971-1974).

35 4

Journal of the University Film Association, Vol. 27 (1975).

35 5

Journal of the University Film Association, Vol. 28 (1976).

35 6

Journal of the University Film Association, Vol.29 (1977).

35 7

Language Sciences, no.5(Apr. 1969) - no.13(Dec. 1970).

35 8

Language Sciences, no.14(Feb. 1971) - no.20(Apr. 1972).

35 9

Language Sciences, no.21(Aug. 1972) - no.25(Apr. 1973).

35 10

Language Sciences, no.26(Aug. 1973) - no.29(Feb. 1974).

36 1

Making Films in New York, Oct. 1973, Apr. and Oct. 1974.

36 2

Medialog, Winter 1974.

36 3

Millimeter, July-Aug. 1977.

36 4

Motive, Nov.1966.

36 5

National Science Foundation Annual Report, 1967.

36

New Literary History, Vol.5(Autumn 1973) - Vol.7(Winter 1976).

36

The New Theatre, (Soviet Issue) Jan. 1935.

36 6

New York Film Bulletin, Vol.3 no.2 (1962).

36 7

New York Times Clippings re "Crisis" 1963.

36 8

The New Yorker, Sept. 1976.

36 9

Psychology Today, Aug. 1977.

36 10

Quarterly Review of Film Studies, Vol.1 (1-3) 1976.

36 11

Rewind, (General Film Labs) 1963-1964.

36 12

Scientific American, Sept. 1972.

36 13

Screen, Summer 1971, Spring 1972.

36 14

Screen Education.

36 15

Selected Readings from TV Guide, 1970-1975 (compiled by Dick Chalfen) 1 of 2.

36 16

Selected Readings from TV Guide, 1970-1975 (compiled by Dick Chalfen) 2 of 2.

36 17

Semiotica, Vol.1 no.1 (1969) - Vol.2 no.4 (1970).

36

Semiotica, Vol.3 no.1 (1971) - Vol.10 no.1 (1974).

37

Society, May-June 1974; July-August 1977.

37 1

Spiron Comic Books (French, 2).

37 2

University Film Study Center Newsletter.

37 3

Quaderni di studi semiotica, 12, 14, 15.

37

Videoscape, 1977.

37 4

Visible Language, Vol.10 no.1 (Winter 1976).

37

Visual Literacy; Visuals are a Language.

37 5

Working Papers in Culture and Communication (Temple), Vol.1 no.1 and 2.

37 6

Working Papers on the Cinema.

37

Working Papers and Prepublications No.38-39;42;46-47.

37

Yale Italian Studies, Vol.1 no.1 (Winter 1977).

37
Card Files (small files).
Box

Reprint and Book File (McBee Cards).

38

Articles Pulled from Reprint File (Various Authors; Final Section -4th Drawer) (3x5 Cards).

39

File of Articles and Books.

40

People.

40

Institutions.

40

Films.

40
Miscellaneous.
Box

Color Cards.

41

Griffith "Birth of a Nation" (Short Analysis by Theodore Huff: MOMA).

41 2

PHOTOGRAPHS.

Box Folder

Miscellaneous Photographs.

42 1

Indonesia, Malaysia, Balinese.

42 2

Photograph from RLBBox 42.

42 3

Contact Sheets - Flaherty, Ruby, and Bershen.

42 4

Contact Sheets - 1974.

42 5

Negatives for 1976-1978 Bulletin (Exteriors, Interiors, Faculty, Students) Jeffrey Slater, 1976.

42 6

Negatives - Ford and Carter on Television.

42 7

Miscellaneous.

42 8

Moderator Panel with Amalie Rothschild.

42 9

Personal Photographs.

42 10

Contacts, Negatives from Mia Smith for Bulletin, 1976-1977.

42 11

Personal Photos.

42 12

Slides - Navajo Study.

42 13

Personal Photographs - Daughter, Debby, in Finnish Dress and other shots.

42 14

Negatives - Trip to Japan, 1977.

42 15
Oversize

Some photographs and posters also available in oversize drawers.

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